No Tolerance

It may surprise you to know that our ability to digest lactose- the main carbohydrate in milk, is a genetic adaptation that not everyone shares.

Approximately 65% of the human population has some trouble digesting lactose after infancy.

Dr. Lilly Tran, gastroenterologist at Advanced Gastroenterology and Surgery Associates talks about some of the symptoms associated with lactose intolerance and how the body reacts.